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Pamper yourself! This blue/orange bath sheet with fringes is just as nice to wrap around you as to lie on in the sauna or at the beach. The pattern is jacquard-woven and has inverted colors on both sides.Article Number305.426.09
A new bath sheet in lovely colors livens up and makes your bathroom feel fresh in no time.
Easy to roll up and bring to the sauna, beach or gym.
Wonderfully big and soft to wrap around you and offers a spa-like feeling every time.
The decorative pattern is visible on both sides, with inverted colors, since the bath sheet is jacquard-woven.
The cotton/lyocell blend gives you a strong, silky-smooth material. Both fibers are soft, breathable and absorbent. Lyocell, made from wood pulp, is especially good at absorbing moisture from your skin.
Marimekko/IKEA of Sweden
After washing, the pattern of the bath sheet becomes more raised and textured.
Fabric softener decreases the absorption capacity.
- 50 % cotton, 50 % lyocell
Shrinkage maximum 6%.
Machine wash warm, normal cycle.
Do not bleach.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not dry clean.
Length: 71 "
Width: 35 "
Area: 17.44 sq feet
- BASTUAArticle Number305.426.09
Length: 9 ¾ "
Weight: 1 lb 7 oz
Diameter: 4 "
Form design process
BASTUA – sauna isn’t just a place, it’s a feeling
Inspired by nature and the self-care rituals of Nordic sauna culture, the BASTUA collection combines IKEA home furnishing knowledge with Marimekko’s iconic print design in products for well-being inside and outside the home, made from simple, natural materials. It’s a collaboration with a truly Nordic spirit, offering a shared opportunity to live boldly, joyfully and well. What’s more, this is the first time that Marimekko has ever designed patterns especially for a collaboration.
“I loved the small sauna cabin that my grandparents had in eastern Finland, and I can still remember how wonderful it was as a child to touch the grey surface of the carved log walls with my fingers. The pattern for the BASTUA collection is inspired by the soft, curved cuts of these logs, but can also be perceived as a Finnish landscape where the sky meets the lake's surface on the horizon when you look out from the terrace of your summer cottage’s sauna.”